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Academy Concert Band Concert - Fung Ka-hing (Conductor)

Armenian Dances Part 1 – Alfred Reed
O Magnum Mysterium – Morten Lauridsen, transcribed by H. Robert Reynolds
Vientos V Tangos – Michael Gandolfi
Second Suite in F for Military Band – Gustav Holst
Lied ohne Worte – Rolf Rudin
Symphony in Bb – Paul Hindemith

Date:19 Dec (Tue)

Venue:Academy Concert Hall


Academy Chinese Orchestra Concert - Li Biao (Guest Conductor)

Programme include:
Festivity Overture  -  Zhao Ji-Ping
Dragon Dance  -  Xu Changjun   
Bach’s Musical Melodies - Tang Jian-Ping
Ode to the Sun, 3 - 4 movements  - Wang Dan-Hong
William Tell Overture 

Date:06 Dec (Wed)

Venue:Academy Concert Hall


Strings Department Chamber Concert

International Exchange Programmes

Featuring chamber music by groups from
Thailand (Madihol and Rangsit Universities), the Philippines (University of Santo Toms) and England (Regency Quartet, Royal Academy of Music) performing works by Haydn , Borodin and Dvořák 

Date:05 Dec (Tue)

Venue:Academy Recital Hall


Strings Department Chamber Concert

Recipients of the “Wong Wai Ming Memorial Scholarship for Chamber Music".

Featuring Academy chamber music by groups selected by Artists in Residence.
Programme includes Beethoven and Mendelssohn Quartets and a Brahms Sextet.

Date:04 Dec (Mon)

Venue:Academy Recital Hall


String Chamber Festival Gala Concert

Featuring Artists in Residence Ida Kavafian and Steven Tenenbom joined by faculty and students of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. 
Works by Mozart, Dohnanyi and Chausson. 

Date:03 Dec (Sun)

Venue:Academy Concert Hall


Lincoln Center Chamber Music Series

Presented By: The Hong Kong Academy For Performing Arts

29 November 2023 (Wednesday), 8pm
After hearing the performance of a now-storied clarinet virtuoso, Brahms came out of retirement to write the clarinet trio featured on this concert. The programme opens with Beethoven’s Piano Trio in E-flat major, Op. 1, No. 1—the work he chose to announce himself to the music world—and closes with an exuberant Dvorak piano quartet.

1 December 2023 (Friday), 8pm
CMS’s Artistic Directors take the spotlight in this special concert, opening with Debussy’s iconic Cello Sonata. Classics of the cello-piano repertoire by Brahms and Shostakovich alternate with pieces written for David and Wu Han by two of today’s leading composers, Bruce Adolphe and Pierre Jalbert.

2 December 2023 (Saturday), 8pm
This programme begins with Beethoven’s “Ghost” Trio, reportedly inspired by the witches’ scene from Macbeth, and continues with Weber’s virtuoso showpiece for clarinet accompanied by string quartet. Fauré’s Piano Quartet No. 1, an early-career masterpiece, tells an emotional story of heartbreak and affirmation.

Date:29 Nov (Wed) - 02 Dec (Sat)

Venue:Academy Concert Hall